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Anyone For Losing Their Shirt at Bath Racecourse?

12-02-2007 · Comments (13)
Categories: Holga  Kodak Portra 400  

Bit of a quite weekend...post job blues I guess! As I mentioned on Friday night there were big plans for Saturday, boys big day out with Phil, Mike and James. Alas it wasn't to be the glorious British weather thwarted our plans....we will have to do it another time. But it was grey and it did rain so the postponement was justified, I did do a few positive things like emailing my CV to a few people....watched my team Arsenal come from one goal down to win 2-1 so that was pretty damn good. Sorted a batch of images that needed doing.....got into the swing of some house husbandry....the way to go, so made some chicken stock, did a little hoovering, had an altercation with the cat over what he should and shouldn't eat. I think at some stage I will need to sit down and talk about that with him!

OK today's photo was taken on a walk a few weeks ago around Bath Racecourse. There are records showing a meeting there as early as July 1811 and it was noted in 1903 as being the highest course above sea level at 780 feet. If you are interested in it's location then here is a link to a map.

OK guys it's that Photobloggies time of year, there are categories to excite all of you. It doesn't matter who you vote for but vote! I'm not sure if it's the law but if it's not it should be. So get voting. Don't delay just do it today! you have until 15th February, the clock is a ticking!

Listening to: "Deo" (Supermodified) - Amon Tobin

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